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Five perfect last-minute Father’s Day gifts for Jewish Dads

It’s this Sunday. You’d forgotten, hadn’t you? Overnight delivery will save your facon.


The most popular Father’s Day gift in the UK is, apparently, DIY equipment.

Well that’s not going to fly round here. Let’s take a look at the options that are available for those of us with a Jewish dad in our lives…

1.  Aba t-shirt (Amazon)

He’s a dad. Let everyone he meets know about it. This one’s also handy for people who are ABBA fans but aren’t too keen on Bjorn.

2. Bagel cufflinks (Sweet Stella /  Modern Tribe)

Cufflinks are such a dad thing. A smoked-salmon and cream cheese bagel is such a Jewish thing. Put them together and what have you got? Jewish dad GOLD.

3. Big macher cap (CafePress)

For those balmy summer days when a kippah just isn’t enough. You know your dad sees himself as an operator. Here’s a way to tell everyone else without making a massive tummel.

4. Exercise shirt (Zazzle)

We all know that one dad, always at the gym, manages to squeak in a bike ride before Friday night dinner. This is for the rest of us.

5. Magen David pocket watch (Amazon)

Wristwatches are yesterday’s news. Almost everyone uses their phone to tell the time these days. Yes, you could get your dad a cutting edge smartphone, but this retro delight is more likely to fit your budget.



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